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Patrick Hawley Per. 7/ Hedegard
That aught'a teach you a lesson for disobeying my rules
Kapos were prisoners who task was to watch over and monitor other prisoners, and this is how most concentration camps operated.
No! I swear next time I will follow your orders I swear!!
These prisoners carried out the will and orders of the Nazi camp commandments and guards.
Com'mon man! We are both Jewish, can't you just let this one time slip
Just because you are religious doesn't mean I won't regret punishing you
More often than not, these Kapos were as or more brutal as their S.S. counterparts
The reason being, that if they did not carry out the orders they were given, the punishment would be severe, and in most cases that was death.
Even though some were Jewish, Kapos would not hesitate to beat them or anyone if they did not follow the rules.
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